Windows Subsystem for Linux

After a couple of months of being GA (Generally Available) I was in the WSL bandwagon.

I started using Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) for a lot of good reasons, especially in my role as System Engineer. I work on different environments and across various operating systems and in my world virtualization and containers are the rule. My tools of trade are Powershell, BaSH and Python on the so having all of them in the same Operating System is really handy.

I attended Meetup events where WSL was presented, I’ve presented a brownbag myself on WSL, and recently as Techsnips Contributor I’ve create a small video on how to install it. So I’ll try in this article to give you a brief introduction.

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How to deploy Windows Admin Center on Windows Server 2016 Core with Powershell

Windows Admin Center  is a powerful tool that was Generally available after Easter this year and was presented last year under the code-name Project Honolulu.

Windows Admin Center is a lightweight, browser-based GUI platform and toolbox for IT Admins to manage Windows Server and Windows 10. It’s the evolution of a familiar in-box administrative tools, such as Server Manager and Microsoft Management Console (MMC) into a modernized, simplified, integrated, and secure experience.

Windows Admin Center is a natural evolution from the traditional in-box server management tool when you need to connect via RDP to a server or use MMC, RSAT(Remote Server Administration tools) / Server Manager to a Modern web app. The benefit of deploying WAC on your environment is that will help you manage windows machines (server/computers) on premise or Azure cloud VMs.
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